Amersham Biosciences has released a new range of Kvick ultrafiltration cassettes, which the company said were designed to lessen bioprocessing times.

Kvick cassettes comprise macrovoid-free membranes arranged in flat sheets. All cassettes feature a built-in gasket, which reduces the risk of contamination and the need to stock and replace gaskets, according to Amersham. Kvick cassettes offer high flux rates, and their three-component construction, from PES, polypropylene, and silicone, ensures low extractables.

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